The best stats and facts from Saturday's Premier League action
Last Updated: 14/05/17 9:36am
With the help of Opta, we round up the best stats and facts from Saturday's Premier League football...
Manchester City 2-1 Leicester City
David Silva has scored in back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since December 2014.
Gabriel Jesus has been directly involved in seven goals in six Premier League starts (scoring five and assisting two).
The Brazilian has scored five times from seven shots on target in the Premier League for City.
Shinji Okazaki ended a run of 23 games in all competitions without scoring for Leicester.
No player has failed to score more penalties in the Premier League this season than Riyad Mahrez (2 - level with Christian Benteke).
Only Michael Oliver (15) has awarded more penalties in the Premier League this season than Bobby Madley (12).
Manchester City have lost just one of their last 15 Premier League games (W8 D6).
Pep Guardiola named an unchanged line-up in a Premier League games for the first time.
Leicester have won one of 21 Premier League games this season in which they've conceded the first goal (D3 L17).
Bournemouth 2-1 Burnley
Bournemouth have lost just one of their last six home league games (W4 D1), having won none of the previous five at the Vitality Stadium (D2 L3).
Burnley lost for the 14th time on the road in the Premier League this season - no side has lost more away games in 2016-17 (Hull also 14).
Junior Stanislas has scored in consecutive Premier League games for the first time in his career.
Only Romelu Lukaku (14) has scored more Premier League goals in 2017 than Joshua King (13, level with Harry Kane).
Josh King's goals have been worth 12 points to Bournemouth this season - only Diego Costa's (15) and Sergio Aguero's (13) have been more valuable to their club.
Sam Vokes scored his 9th Premier League goal of the season - only Danny Ings (11, in 2014-15) has scored more in a single campaign for the Clarets.
Indeed, Vokes has scored four goals in his last four Premier League games, after having found the net just five times in his first 58 in the competition.
There was just 1 minute and 58 seconds between Vokes' equaliser and King's winning goal.
Middlesbrough 1-2 Southampton
Southampton secured a top-flight double over Middlesbrough for the first time since the 1996/97 campaign.
Middlesbrough have won just one of their last 20 Premier League games, losing 12 (D7).
Patrick Bamford scored his first competitive goal since netting for Middlesbrough versus Wolves in April 2015 - 760 days ago.
Jay Rodriguez has scored or assisted five goals in his last five league games versus Middlesbrough (three goals, two assists).
Rodriguez scored and assisted in a Premier League game for the first time since December 2013 vs Cardiff.
Boro have not kept a clean sheet against Southampton at the Riverside in any of their last eight league meetings, since Mark Schwarzer recorded one in a 3-0 win in March 1999.
Nathan Redmond has scored seven goals in the Premier League this term, his best goalscoring season in the competition.
Shane Long, who has now missed two of his three penalties in the Premier League, has also gone 11 games without a goal in the competition.
Sunderland 0-2 Swansea City
Swansea ended a run of seven away Premier League games without a win to clinch their first victory since a 3-2 win at Anfield in January (D1 L6).
The Black Cats have now failed to score in 19 Premier League games this season, more than any other side - they last failed to score in more in a league season in 2002/03 (20 games).
Gylfi Sigurdsson has more Premier League assists than any other player in 2017 (8).
Eight of Sigurdsson's 13 assists in the Premier League this season have come from set plays, three more than any other player has managed.
Fernando Llorente has scored seven headed Premier League goals this season, more than any other player.
Sigurdsson has assisted six of Llorente's 14 Premier League goals this season - the most from one player to another.
Kyle Naughton scored his first Premier League goal in his 141st appearance in the competition. It was his first league goal since scoring for Leicester against Scunthorpe in March 2011.
Sunderland conceded 34 home league goals this season, their most since 2005/06 (37).
Stoke 1-4 Arsenal
Arsenal won their first Premier League game at Stoke since February 2010, following three draws and three defeats at the Bet365 Stadium.
Stoke have shipped 24 goals at home this season - their joint-highest in a single Premier League campaign (same as 2015-16).
Arsenal have scored 4+ goals in five away league games this season. It's their most in a season since 1936-37 (also five).
Alexis Sanchez became the 8th player to score 50 Premier League goals for Arsenal, with only Thierry Henry (83 games) and Ian Wright (87) reaching the milestone faster than the Chilean (101)
Sanchez is also the first player to record double figures for both goals (21) and assists (10) in the Premier League this season.
The South American also scored his 15th away goal in the Premier League this season - only Kevin Phillips (16 in 1999-00) has scored more in a single campaign.
Peter Crouch scored his ninth Premier League goal against Arsenal - more than he has against any other opponent in the competition.
Indeed, only Wayne Rooney (11) and Robbie Fowler (10) have scored more against the Gunners in the competition.
Since the start of last season, only Mesut Ozil (31) and Alexis Sanchez (25) have recorded more assists for Arsenal in all competitions than Hector Bellerin (13), with the Spaniard picking up two today.
Arsenal became the 5th club to score 70+ goals in the Premier League this season (now 72). The last time five or more different sides did this in a 20-team top-flight campaign was back in 1905-06 (six teams).